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Old 05-20-2013, 03:00 PM  
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The list of 85 by Roastmaster Saul Good. And hey, it's actually saul good.

As a spinoff to the successful NFL Network's version of this and from the drama thread, it has come to fruition that this thread must be created.

Each day Hootie will reveal a member starting with 101 and working his way in order to number 1. I will update the OP as I see the names revealed.

*Warning this thread may cause a severe case of butthurt*

Let it begin!!

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Saul Good - A little about Roaster #2 (by frazod)
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85 BigRedChief
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84. StevieRay
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83. Rustshack
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82. KCnative
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81. Notorious
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80. Braincase
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79. big nasty kcnut
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78. crazycoffey
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77. Phobia

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76 Dave Lane

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75 KnowMo roasted by PGM
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74 Luv roasted by Mr. Flopnuts
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Old 06-20-2013, 12:38 AM   #8086
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why is tthe term "fast as hell" so popular? seems to me time would go by very slowly in hell, hell is based on terms like "eternal" which seems un-fast like.
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Old 06-20-2013, 12:55 AM   #8087
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That is incredible.
I was looking for documentation of that after I posted it. I could only find a race from like 3 years ago in which he ran 50. He's still a stud though.
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Old 06-20-2013, 01:20 AM   #8088
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why is tthe term "fast as hell" so popular? seems to me time would go by very slowly in hell, hell is based on terms like "eternal" which seems un-fast like.
Hmm... I dunno, man. That is a head-scratcher.

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I was looking for documentation of that after I posted it. I could only find a race from like 3 years ago in which he ran 50. He's still a stud though.
Yeah, that time for someone at his age is not slouch-tastic by any means. Speedy freaking Gonzales still. I have no idea what Egbert is up to... He doesn't come around the area very often.

Egbert wasn't only fast, but strong as an ox as well. Mepo has this system in place where if you bench 100% of your weight you get a white weight-lifting shirt that reads, 100%. 125% is gray. 150% is orange. 175% is red and 200% is yellow. As of 2005 or so (last I knew), there were only 2 people in school history who earned the coveted yellow shirt. Egbert was one of them. The other one was missing a leg. Those yellow shirts are so rare that peoples' jaws would drop when they would see the one-legged guy wearing his. Heck, as of 2005-ish, there were only 5 people in school history who earned the red one (including Egbert and the 1-legged guy). I'm sure there are probably more now. I got that one my Senior year. Benched 325, weighed 160 at the time. I gave both my red and orange shirts to a girl who had me whipped as hell...and she was playing me like whoa. Never got them back.

Yeah, the Mepo track studs around that time were; Aaron Egbert, Neil Egbert, Derek Lipper, Ryan Hassett and Darren Steffener. Not sure if you remember any of those names (besides A. Egbert). Fast motor-scooters.
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Old 06-20-2013, 01:35 AM   #8089
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I remember there were brothers and the other names sound familiar too. I wouldn't have been able to come up with the names myself. I ran against Chris Street too. Remember him? He wasn't fast but he covered a lot of ground. I tried to search Iowa track archives for some results. They don't have anything except first and runners-up past 10 years back.
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Old 06-20-2013, 01:46 AM   #8090
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I remember there were brothers and the other names sound familiar too. I wouldn't have been able to come up with the names myself. I ran against Chris Street too. Remember him? He wasn't fast but he covered a lot of ground. I tried to search Iowa track archives for some results. They don't have anything except first and runners-up past 10 years back.
You go to www.iahsaa.org?

Oh yeah, I remember Chris Street. Relatively decent basketball player for the Hawkeyes...was killed in a car accident if I remember correctly. I think he played right after the Acie Earl era. Hawkeye basketball player, Jess Settles is an area hero in SEI. I see him all the time, randomly. Just saw him at Wal-Mart a month or so ago. Nice dude, wrote a very inspirational book. Hawk fans took the Chris Street death hard... I remember people getting tatoos of the guy on their backs/arms.
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:32 AM   #8091
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I will shortly. The wife and I are finishing a show first.

I don't think we need a moderator protection rule. Other sites, even other very successful, much larger sites than this one have rules where you can't question moderators whatsoever. We don't think our moderators deserve to be abused. Do you think users should be able to abuse moderators without fear of repercussion?
On a site where abuse is an acceptable, every day occurrence for the membership (and where mod abuse is also a part of the culture, btw) yes I do.

And fear of retribution is always present even without a rule to justify it because we've had plenty of examples of mods here getting their feathers ruffled by particular posters and then letting it bias their decisions. The rule just makes it easier for mods to take revenge without having to deal with the accusations of bias and butthurt.

And as for "other sites", that's what I meant when I said that this place continues to drift toward being just like all the other message boards on the Internet. I don't consider that a positive even if some of those sites are "successful".
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:48 AM   #8092
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This place keeps drifting closer and closer to all the other message boards out there. It's a shame.
I actually think the site is currently on a high note. The good posters a pretty active, and we've been adding some quality noobs. Evidently, that means its time for the mods to start flexing their muscles.

I do wish posters like Mecca, Banyon, and even orange would post, though.
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:21 AM   #8093
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I don't know how...you paint yourself as a pretty big dipshit on this board. Like, I can tell when someone is intelligent (Hamas Jenkins) and when someone is a complete dipshit (you)...which is another reason I think college is overrated.

Try hard and here's your doctorate! You'll be living (maybe) proof in 5 years.
college is always overrated by people who didn't go to college.
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:51 AM   #8094
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On a site where abuse is an acceptable, every day occurrence for the membership (and where mod abuse is also a part of the culture, btw) yes I do.

And fear of retribution is always present even without a rule to justify it because we've had plenty of examples of mods here getting their feathers ruffled by particular posters and then letting it bias their decisions. The rule just makes it easier for mods to take revenge without having to deal with the accusations of bias and butthurt.

And as for "other sites", that's what I meant when I said that this place continues to drift toward being just like all the other message boards on the Internet. I don't consider that a positive even if some of those sites are "successful".
Honestly, I think mods here have a lot less influence on the culture than most other sites regardless. ChiefsPlanet's success over the years has come from having a core group of really diverse, really solid posters. We've got experts here in just about everything there is to talk about, and a lot of people (Hootie included to an extent) that just plain make the place fun to visit. Unless there was a HUGE shift in philosophy, the overall feel of the place isn't going to change.

So, while you're probably right that there's been a shifting mentality lately, I don't know that it really makes much of a difference.
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:54 AM   #8095
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Um after 2000 more posts it won't float, so yes, a good call.

Don't be angry at me Saully.
Your most successful thread ever (out of the 161 you've created) got 260 replies back in 2008. It was a discussion of No Country for Old Men.

This thread is exactly one month old and has averaged 275 posts per day. The best thread you've ever made would be a bad day for this thread.

You've been on this board for 12 years. I'm willing to bet that this thread will get more replies than every thread you've ever made combined.

I don't even care about shit like post counts, but it does irritate me when people who contribute a negligible amount of value to the board shit all over those who consistently bring something (love it or hate it) worthy of discussion to the table.

If this thread "only" gets to 10,000 posts, it will be 38x more successful than anything you've ever created.
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:58 AM   #8096
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Your must successful thread ever (out of the 161 you've created) got 260 replies back in 2008. It was a discussion of No Country for Old Men.

This thread is exactly one month old and has averaged 275 posts per day. The best thread you've ever made would be a bad day for this thread.

You've been on this board for 12 years. I'm willing to bet that this thread will get more replies than every thread you've ever made combined.

I don't even care about shit like this, but it does irritate me when people who contribute a negligible amount of value to the board shit all over those who consistently bring something (love it or hate it) worthy of discussion to the table.

If this thread "only" gets to 10,000 posts, it will 38x more successful than anything you've ever created.
If only Skip Towne were still around to tabulate 100 post threads. This thread, for all intents and purposes is a train-wreck. That's why there are 8000 posts. Some of the worst threads on this site have tons of posts. If we're measuring thread value based on shock-jock appeal then this is a very, very good thread. But is that really what constitutes a good thread?
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:58 AM   #8097
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Don't think so.
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Wow, apparently this thread is the Mona Lisa of cyberspace.

Who knew?
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